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  • Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet wearing a burgundy dress in the 2005 film "Pride and Prejudice."
    • Universal Pictures

    Pride and Prejudice

    2005

    Costume seen on Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet

  • Charity Wakefield as Marianne Dashwood wearing a burgundy dress in the 2008 mini-series "Sense and Sensibility."
    • BBC

    Sense and Sensibility

    2008

    Costume seen on Charity Wakefield as Marianne Dashwood

  • An uncredited actress wearing a burgundy dress in the trailer for the 2011 novel "Ravishing in Red" by Madeline Hunter.
    • Madeline Hunter

    Ravishing in Red

    2011

    Costume seen on a book trailer for a Madeline Hunter novel

  • Cover of the 2011 edition of the novel "Un Beso Perverso" by Kaitlin O'Riley.
    • La Esfera de los Libros

    Un Beso Perverso

    2011

    Costume seen on the cover of a Kaitlin O'Riley novel

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This dress was designed for and worn by Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet in the 2005 film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The costume made its way into a second Jane Austen adaptation when Charity Wakefield wore it as Marianne Dashwood in the 2008 Sense and Sensibility. 2011 saw the dress used in a book trailer for the Madeline Hunter novel Ravishing in Red, as well as on the cover of Un Beso Perverso, a Kaitlin O’Riley novel.

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This dress was designed for and worn by Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet in the 2005 film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The costume made its way into a second Jane Austen adaptation when Charity Wakefield wore it as Marianne Dashwood in the 2008 Sense and Sensibility. 2011 saw the dress used in a book trailer for the Madeline Hunter novel Ravishing in Red, as well as on the cover of Un Beso Perverso, a Kaitlin O’Riley novel.

This dress was designed for and worn by Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet in the 2005 film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The costume made its way into a second Jane Austen adaptation when Charity Wakefield wore it as Marianne Dashwood in the 2008 Sense and Sensibility. 2011 saw the dress used in a book trailer for the Madeline Hunter novel Ravishing in Red, as well as on the cover of Un Beso Perverso, a Kaitlin O’Riley novel.

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  1. The cover from Un Beso Perverso is basically a Sense and Sensibility promo photo – even used for most DVD covers – with Charity Wakefield’s head photoshopped into unrecognizability and added hair. Same goes for the “Ravishing in Red” cover mirrored and with a completely new head. Does that count as a costume reuse? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/91/S%26S_DVD_Cover_2008.jpg

  2. And the uncredited actress in the book trailer is portraying the lead female character of the novel, this is, Audrianna Kelmsleigh…

    Funny thing? I’m never going to read this book. Not my style.

  3. I thought that dress was so dowdy until I saw it on Charity Wakefield. I don’t understand why the 2005 Pride and Prejudice had Lizzy dressed as such a frumpy, inelegant child rather than in the kind of easy, understated elegance one would expect from a gentlewoman like Miss Eliza Bennet. So much brown! I suppose they were going for “tomboy” but wound up with “cottager” instead.

  4. The thoughtful and therefore lovely part ofrecycling this really pretty dress from P&P is, that it is used on Marianne (Charity Wakefield) most pf the time with a lace tucker so as not to expose to much deacutecolleteacute up until she is ready for Col. Brandon (the real man so to speak). Only in his library (and again the library used by the BBC as a backdrop for romantic keymoments) Marianne is seen without the demure tucker.

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Costume Commentary

  1. The cover from Un Beso Perverso is basically a Sense and Sensibility promo photo – even used for most DVD covers – with Charity Wakefield’s head photoshopped into unrecognizability and added hair. Same goes for the “Ravishing in Red” cover mirrored and with a completely new head. Does that count as a costume reuse? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/91/S%26S_DVD_Cover_2008.jpg

  2. And the uncredited actress in the book trailer is portraying the lead female character of the novel, this is, Audrianna Kelmsleigh…

    Funny thing? I’m never going to read this book. Not my style.

  3. I thought that dress was so dowdy until I saw it on Charity Wakefield. I don’t understand why the 2005 Pride and Prejudice had Lizzy dressed as such a frumpy, inelegant child rather than in the kind of easy, understated elegance one would expect from a gentlewoman like Miss Eliza Bennet. So much brown! I suppose they were going for “tomboy” but wound up with “cottager” instead.

  4. The thoughtful and therefore lovely part ofrecycling this really pretty dress from P&P is, that it is used on Marianne (Charity Wakefield) most pf the time with a lace tucker so as not to expose to much deacutecolleteacute up until she is ready for Col. Brandon (the real man so to speak). Only in his library (and again the library used by the BBC as a backdrop for romantic keymoments) Marianne is seen without the demure tucker.

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  1. The cover from Un Beso Perverso is basically a Sense and Sensibility promo photo – even used for most DVD covers – with Charity Wakefield’s head photoshopped into unrecognizability and added hair. Same goes for the “Ravishing in Red” cover mirrored and with a completely new head. Does that count as a costume reuse? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/91/S%26S_DVD_Cover_2008.jpg

  2. And the uncredited actress in the book trailer is portraying the lead female character of the novel, this is, Audrianna Kelmsleigh…

    Funny thing? I’m never going to read this book. Not my style.

  3. I thought that dress was so dowdy until I saw it on Charity Wakefield. I don’t understand why the 2005 Pride and Prejudice had Lizzy dressed as such a frumpy, inelegant child rather than in the kind of easy, understated elegance one would expect from a gentlewoman like Miss Eliza Bennet. So much brown! I suppose they were going for “tomboy” but wound up with “cottager” instead.

  4. The thoughtful and therefore lovely part ofrecycling this really pretty dress from P&P is, that it is used on Marianne (Charity Wakefield) most pf the time with a lace tucker so as not to expose to much deacutecolleteacute up until she is ready for Col. Brandon (the real man so to speak). Only in his library (and again the library used by the BBC as a backdrop for romantic keymoments) Marianne is seen without the demure tucker.

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